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Thursday, January 05, 2017

The Trump Team Has Asked DHS For A List of All Assets On Hand That Can Be Used To Build a Border Wall

Donald Trump has said over and over again that he intends to build a wall. It is probably his most quoted catchphrase, “build that wall!” While a lot of people seem to think it is an example of how shortsighted and prejudiced Donald Trump is, many Americans do not agree. Many Americans feel that there has to be a solution to the immigration crisis. There are good people who want immigration to change. Fewer illegal immigrants can make room for more legal immigrants. It is simple, right?

President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team has been working to evaluate what exactly needs to be done to secure the American borders and create a better relationship with our neighbors. They have begun talking with Homeland Security to determine where they should work to build a team.

The report detailed over four hundred miles of the Mexican border where fences could potentially be added in an effort to regulate the immigration and transport of goods across the border. It also covered an area across the northern American border that could be regulated more heavily.

Trump’s team also felt that it was necessary to ask whether information had been altered over time in an effort to maintain civil liberties.



Anonymous said...

Make the wall 80 feet high and electric. Put gun towers every 200 yards

Then we start the deportation of the illegals.

Anonymous said...

That will for sure put all the liberals panties in a wad
Good one President Trump

Anonymous said...

Use all the illegals that don't have a police record. If they work so many hours they can be granted to move up in the line to get citizenship.

Anonymous said...

Most Mexican illegals arrive legally to work and overstay their visas. They will keep coming through the same checkpoints we have now - the wall is useless. The idea that they are all somehow sneaking through the desert on foot is a myth.